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A word often heard and endlessly used these days in context with Donald Trump's election of his new cabinet is "loyalty." It comes up in almost every current news and media reporting in the context of...
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Professor Raj Raghunathan's book, If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Happy?, is a thought-provoking analysis backed by detailed research on the habits we need to cultivate to find joy amidst the highs and lows of our daily lives. These habits provide the antidote to the "seven deadly sins" that are the enemies of happiness.
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I would have scoffed at the person who had told me a year back that this is where I would be today -- confident, doing what I love doing and doing it successfully. Change is what creeps up on us unannounced, especially when we are stuck in a rut, and struggling. Who we are and what we will be is decided by how we react to change.
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In several little pockets of the world, brave and courageous women and men take a leap and follow their dream everyday. Scary as this seems, daring to be authentically ourselves is an act that is part of who we truly are.
I see divorced partners renewing ties, college friends who drifted apart coming together to celebrate late milestones and rival professionals burying the hatchet once most of the race is over.
Arvind Kejriwal, the hero of the moment, is the cynosure of all eyes. He should know that aapsolute mandate = aapsolute responsibility. In his own words, "It's scary." But he has a team of solid workers along with him, competent professionals with politically viable people and a well chartered plan.